RADICARE (M) Sdn Bhd has expanded its Middle East venture when its subsidiary, Modern Technology Limited (MT), secured a contract worth more than RM10 million from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government.
The three-year contract was awarded through the UAE”s Health Ministry, covering two hospitals and 10 prime healthcare centres situated in the Dubai Medical District, the company said.
The contract began this month, it said in a statement today.
“We are very pleased that the UAE government has expressed its trust and confidence in Radicare”s capabilities and level of services through this second contract,” said chairman Datuk Abdul Latif Abdullah.
Radicare’s first venture into the Middle East market started in 2008 when MT was appointed to maintain the facilities of the Ras Al Khaimah Medical Zone.
In the private healthcare sector, MT is currently managing the biomedical engineering maintenance services for eight healthcare centres under the Prime Medical Group in Dubai and the Conceive Hospital in Sharjah.
Radicare is a member of the Realmild group of companies, offering integrated facilities management to government hospitals through provision of hospital support services. – Bernama